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Five Great Riding Boots for Fall

Piperlime, Riding Boots

Getting ready for the fall? It seems depressing that summer is coming to an end but luckily fall fashions can be fun. One of the top trends of the past few fall seasons and continuing again in 2012 are riding boots. The great thing about riding boots is you do not need to be riding a horse to wear them. Here are five great riding boots under $200 that you should consider adding to the fall wardrobe.

AK Anne Klein Women’s Carlow Riding Boot – endless.com

This boot is classic and available in both black and dark brown. They are real leather making them the perfect riding boot. There is a vertical buckle down the side adding a bit of flair. They are made for a wide calf making them appealing to those who have thighs with a bit of muscle. They are currently available for $135.98 on endless.com and even better they are eligible for free two day shipping. These jeans look great over a pair of skinny jeans.

Etienne Aigner Chip – piperlime.com

These boots look exactly like you plan on getting on a horse. They are available in black, brown and a two-tone. The brown is called “banana bread” given its lighter hue. The two-tone are black on the bottom and brown on the top. They have a buckle at the back around the heel and an embossed crest on the top. They too are 100% leather on the outside. They are available for $189 and will definitely be in style for years to come.

Born Sage – zappos.com

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These riding boots are unique to most out there today due to the exquisite buttons on the outside shaft of the boot. They are reminiscent of the 19th century, which helps to add to the appeal. They have a zipper closure. They are available in a charcoal grey or brown. These gorgeous boots are available for $190 on zappos and include free shipping.

Franco Sarto Clint – Shoes.com

These boots remind me of the Wild West. They have a buckle at the bottom and a rounded metal clip in the back giving them the cowboy feel. They are available in four colors. Black, Cambridge, Dark Brown and Friar Brown. The Friar Brown is perhaps the color that fits the style of the boot the best however all of the colors look nice. They are available for $189 including free shipping.

Tuffrider Ladies Baroque – Equestrian Riding Apparel

These riding boots come straight from an equestrian site. Available only in black, they have a unique lacing only from the top of the foot to just above the ankle. The top of the shaft has an outer part that goes slightly higher than the rest and a brass button in the back for decorative value. They are available in slim, regular and wide calf making them an option for those with all size calfs. They are available for $161.95 on theequestriancorner.com and also include free shipping.

Whatever your choice for riding boots, they are sure to be an investment that is worth spending a little money. Any good riding boot is 100% leather and looks great with skinny jeans, riding pants, leggings or skirts and dresses making them very versatile.

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Happy Shopping!